1. Definition of Lamellose in the Definitions.net dictionary
2. What does Lamellose mean? Information and translations of Lamellose in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
3. Periostracum: Thin except on rostrum where it is feebly Lamellose, light brown.
4. Hakodaensis, Acanthopleura brevispinosa, Acanthopleura granulate, and Liolophura japonica constituted a sister clade along with Tonicia forbesii and Tonicia Lamellose.
5. Lamellose Axial Shell Sculpture Reduces Gastropod Vulnerability to Sea Star Predation Biol Bull
6. Lamellose ( comparative more Lamellose, superlative most Lamellose ) Composed of, or having, lamellae; lamelliform
Lamellose, Lamellae, Lamelliform
7. Lamellose 释义: → lamellate 意思、发音、翻译及示例
8. Lamellose in American English (ləˈmɛlˌoʊs ; ˈlæməˌloʊs)
9. What does Lamellose mean? Lamellate
10. Lamellosa (Lamellose, artificially smooth, and naturally smooth) to the predatory sea star Pisaster ochraceus under controlled laboratory conditions
Lamellosa, Lamellose, Laboratory
11. Pisaster ochraceus consumed significantly fewer Lamellose snails than either artificially or naturally smooth snails.
12. ‘The main part of the shell is coarsely commarginally Lamellose and lacks radial costae.’ ‘The three known species of Loxochlamys share similar shape and micro-ornament, including a tendency to become commarginally Lamellose late in ontogeny.’
Lamellose, Lacks, Loxochlamys, Late
13. I investigated the production and function of mucus in the Lamellose ormer in response to attacks by the spiny starfish, Marthasterias glacialis (Asteriidae, Asteroidea)
14. Terized by a Lamellose ornament and a ventral septum
15. The Lamellose structure Co3O4 was prepared by derivation of bifunctionalized Co-metal−organic frameworks
16. Synonyms for Lamellose include scaly, squamous, squamate, lamelliform, scaled, squamose, lamellar, lamellate, squamulose and squamated
Lamellose, Lamelliform, Lamellar, Lamellate
17. ‘The main part of the shell is coarsely commarginally Lamellose and lacks radial costae.’ ‘The internal molds are smooth with exception of traces of the concentric costae on the rostral face.’ ‘He differentiated his new species from S
18. The Lamellose frills in the posterior part of the shell are weakly developed and occur at intervals of 0.25 mm, anteriorly the intervals between frills increase up to 0.65 mm
19. Second, Lamellose and artificially smooth snails were collected from the same source population
20. The axial ribs may be low and rounded or elevated, Lamellose in parts of some shells
21. Nucella Lamellose (Frilled dogwinkle) Adults 6 d 9.0 380 780, 1585 Enhanced shell dissolution 4 Sunday et al
22. Lamellirostral: Having a Lamellose bill; lamellosodentate, as a bird; of or pertaining to the Lamellirostres.
Lamellirostral, Lamellose, Lamellosodentate, Lamellirostres
23. Synonyms for Lamellose in Free Thesaurus
24. What are synonyms for Lamellose?
25. The acute operculum is brown, oval, the exterior imbricately Lamellose with the nucleus inside the apical end which is bluntly rounded.: 2
26. The shell surface can be fairly smooth interrupted only with growth lines, or when the snail is living in more sheltered areas the shell surface can be somewhat rough and Lamellose.: 3.
Lines, Living, Lamellose
28. ♦ Lamellose adj ♦ lamellarly, lamellately adv ♦ lamellated adj ♦ lamellation n ♦ lamellosity n English Collins Dictionary - English Definition & Thesaurus
Lamellose, Lamellarly, Lamellately, Lamellated, Lamellation, Lamellosity
29. See also: Lamellose, lamellation, lamellirostral, lamelli- Add your entry in the Collaborative Dictionary
Lamellose, Lamellation, Lamellirostral, Lamelli
30. Melt it, spread on the surface Lamellose alum and copperas reduced to a fine powder and mixed, and it will be hardened
31. Stamp: Lamellose Wentletrap (Epitonium lamellosum) (Grenada) (Seashells) Mi:GD 1486,Sn:GD 1390,Yt:GD 1332,Sg:GD 1517
LAMELLOSE [-ˌlōs, -ˌlōz]
lamella (noun) · lamellae (plural noun)
la·mel·lae (-mĕl′ē′) or la·mel·las. One of the thin scales, plates, layers, or membranes in an organism, as one of the gills of a mushroom or one of the thin sheets that make up certain bones.
la·mel·la (lə-mĕl′ə) n. pl. la·mel·lae (-mĕl′ē′) or la·mel·las One of the thin scales, plates, layers, or membranes in an organism, as one of the gills of a mushroom or one of the thin sheets that make up certain bones.
lamella - any of the radiating leaflike spore-producing structures on the underside of the cap of a mushroom or similar fungus.
J, the lamellate, that is, the undersides of the rings or joints are made up of minute plates. Lamellicornia: those beetles in which the antennae terminate in a lamellate or leaf-like club. Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology